Quaker Village Theatres
613 Dolly Madison Road,
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Located at the corner of West Friendly Avenue at Dolly Madison Road, the Quaker Village Theatres was Greensboro’s second twin cinema. The Quaker Village Theatres opened to the public on December 22, 1972 with Charles Bronson in “The Valachi Papaers” in Screen 1 and Ken Howard in “1776” in Screen 2. Both auditoriums equally seated 600. It was once owned and operated by the Stewart and Everett Theatre chain, it was one of two theatres in the Greensboro area that S & E operated.
When Carmike took over operations in 1986, the cinema during the late-1980’s and part of the 1990’s went from screening first-run films to second-run features in order to stay afloat. It remained a discount movie house until its closing in 2003.
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